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Simon Webster. School of Further and Secondary Education University of Plymouth. Context. Project rationale. What is PebblePad. The University approach to PebblePad. Project approaches to PebblePad. Professional standards. tagging.

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simon webster

Simon Webster

School of Further and Secondary Education

University of Plymouth

professional standards
Professional standards

further issues arising from the research
Further issues arising from the research
  • Unfamiliar interface
  • Computing access
  • Integrated approach across the partnership
  • Where next?
computing access
Computing access
  • Trainees were able to effectively access PebblePad from campus computer suites and their homes
  • Most teaching rooms are not equipped with computers for students to use
  • Only some (20%) students brought laptops or netbooks with them to class

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Hunter, J.; Khan, I.; & Gerber, A. (2008) ‘HarvANA – Harvesting Community Tags to

Enrich Collection Metadata’ available at

Kay, R. & Knaack, L. (2005) ‘A Case for Ubiquitous, Integrated Computing in Teacher Education’ Technology, Pedagogy and Education Vol. 14, No.3, 2005 pp391-412

Lucas, N. (2002) ‘The introduction of national standards and compulsory teacher education for further education college teachers in England: issues and challenges’ Teacher Development Vol. 6, No. 3, 2002

Mathes, A. (2004) ‘Folksonomies – Cooperative classification and communication through shared metadata’ available at

Nasta, T. (2007) ‘Translating national standards into practice for the initial training of Further Education (FE) teachers in England’ Research in Post-Compulsory Education Vol. 12, No. 1, March 2007, pp. 1–17

Takahashi, T. & Pollard, J. (2000) ‘Word Perhect’ available at

Tolley, R. (2008) ‘The prime directives for an e-portfolio’ available at

Wikipedia ‘Tag (meta data)’ available at

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